20 Best and Worst Dressed at the Golden Globes
Not everyone won in the style stakes at the Golden Globes.
If you want to get the Oscar, you’ve got to dress the part. The 26-year-old Larson is definitely going for gold with this stunning Calvin Klein look.
The Swedish beauty - and girlfriend of Michael Fassbender - continued her red carpet reign in a Louis Vuitton dress by Nicolas Ghesquiere.
Oyelowo’s purple tuxedo was a breath of fresh air amidst a sea of classic black and navy - it’s certainly refreshing to see a man not afraid to play with colour and pattern on the red carpet.
The delightful lead of rom-com series Jane the Virgin brought her dad as her date - we couldn’t get enough of him gushing about his daughter, or her midnight blue Zac Posen.
We were mesmerised by the How to Get Away with Murder star’s intricate navy Marchesa gown with beautiful embroidery work.
The Monaghan-born actress revealed her dark side in a romantic lace gown by Alexander McQueen.
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Empire’s leading lady worked the red carpet in a figure-hugging white column dress by Stella McCartney. We also loved her tousled long bob and tawny nude lip.
The British bombshell stole the show once again with her glowing skin and breathtaking dress from Saint Laurent.
While Channing Tatum decided to use this occasion to debut a rather questionable new hairstyle, his wife dazzled in a fabulous inky gown by Zuhair Murad.
The stunning redhead’s red carpet style just gets stronger every year. We were smitten with this bold red Versace gown and her flawless waves.
The Scotsman set the bar high as one of the earliest arrivals, kitted out in a dark blue jacket, neoprene trousers and futuristic trainers.
Channeling Marilyn Monroe, the Countess went full glam in an off-the-shoulder custom Versace gown and platinum blonde curls.
The internet’s favourite new boyfriend smouldered in a perfectly tailored navy suit.
The Desperate Housewives star definitely has an enviable figure, and although her hair and make-up looked flawless, we would have preferred something a little less matronly than this white Georges Hobeika gown with floral hip embellishments.
Oh dear. We usually love the Trainwreck funny woman’s fun red carpet dresses, but this was less of a winner’s look and more French maid’s desk-to-drinks…
The salmon is famous for its arduous swim upstream, but in this case maybe the ab-flashing Hudson shouldn’t have bothered.